Sulfates in Martian Layered Terrains: The OMEGA/Mars Express View,

Abstract : The OMEGA/Mars Express hyperspectral imager identified hydrated sulfates on light-toned layered terrains on Mars. Outcrops in Valles Marineris, Margaritifer Sinus, and Terra Meridiani show evidence for kieserite, gypsum, and polyhydrated sulfates. This identification has its basis in vibrational absorptions between 1.3 and 2.5 micrometers. These minerals constitute direct records of the past aqueous activity on Mars.
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Aline Gendrin* Nicolas Mangold Jean-Pierre Bibring Yves Langevin Brigitte Gondet François Poulet Guillaume Bonello, Cathy Quantin, John Mustard Ray Arvidson Stéphane Lemouélic. Sulfates in Martian Layered Terrains: The OMEGA/Mars Express View,. Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2005, 307, pp.1587-1591. ⟨10.1126/science.1109087⟩. ⟨hal-00112757⟩

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